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Table 3 Results from statistically significant models (p < 0.05) to assess larvae density in sampled natural and artificial water bodies in Mâncio Lima, Acre, Brazil between February 2012 and March 2014

From: Contribution of fish farming ponds to the production of immature Anopheles spp. in a malaria-endemic Amazonian town

Analysis Dataset Variable Coefficient Standard error P value
1 D5 Water body type: fish pond −1.486 0.219 <0.001
2 D3f Vegetation 0.993 0.471 0.035
D3n Electrical conductivity −0.046 0.013 <0.001
  Distance −0.015 0.006 <0.01
3 D9f Survey 2 −0.026 0.014 <0.001
  Survey 3 −1.626 0.013 <0.001
  Survey 4 −0.006 0.013 0.633
  Survey 5 0.077 0.013 <0.001
  Survey 6 −0.272 0.014 <0.001
  Survey 7 −0.193 0.013 <0.001
  Survey 8 −1.275 0.013 <0.001
  Survey 9 −0.055 0.013 <0.001
  D5n Survey 3 0.999 0.650 0.1240
   Survey 5 1.093 0.609 0.0727
   Survey 7 0.096 0.721 0.8932
   Survey 9 −0.446 0.742 0.5476
5 D5f Vegetation: non-commercial ponds Smooth 0.614
  Vegetation: commercial ponds Smooth <0.001